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Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher

By Recode

A show about tech and media's key players, big ideas, and how they're changing the world we live in. One of tech's most prominent journalists, Kara Swisher, is known for her insightful reporting and straight-shooting style. Listen in as she hosts hard-hitting interviews with influential business leaders and outspoken personalities from media, politics, and more.

  1. 1.
    Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman15 August 2018
    51:48
  2. 2.
    Dr. Jen Gunter, OB/GYN and the internet's favorite Goop critic13 August 2018
    54:42
  3. 3.
    Uber Eats boss Jason Droege8 August 2018
    47:27
  4. 4.
    Sidecar co-founder Sunil Paul6 August 2018
    57:36
  5. 5.
    Grab co-founder Hooi Ling Tan1 August 2018
    28:07
  6. 6.
    'General Magic' directors Sarah Kerruish and Matt Maude30 July 2018
    47:01
  7. 7.
    'The Billionaire Raj' author James Crabtree28 July 2018
    46:26
  8. 8.
    WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg25 July 2018
    57:29
  1. 9.
    'Valley of Genius' author Adam Fisher23 July 2018
    59:27
  2. 10.
    Alibaba exec Joe Tsai (Live at Code 2018)21 July 2018
    31:40
  3. 11.
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: The Kara Swisher interview18 July 2018
    1:22:00
  4. 12.
    How social media bots could tank your stock price16 July 2018
    48:36
  5. 13.
    Tinder parent company Match Group prepares for battle with Facebook14 July 2018
    54:17
  6. 14.
    Why do some in the tech community support universal basic income? They're 'terrified' about the future.11 July 2018
    51:42
  7. 15.
    Why Craigslist founder Craig Newmark is donating millions for journalism9 July 2018
    51:43
  8. 16.
    Box CEO Aaron Levie talks tech regulation and the future of jobs7 July 2018
    1:04:30
  9. 17.
    Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (Live at Code 2018)4 July 2018
    40:25
  10. 18.
    Matt Cutts: Why more tech workers should come to D.C.2 July 2018
    48:21
  11. 19.
    Psychologist Adam Grant: Your company’s culture isn’t unique30 June 2018
    49:01
  12. 20.
    How Nat Geo uses Instagram to stay relevant27 June 2018
    55:28
  13. 21.
    How Silicon Valley is responding to the immigration crisis25 June 2018
    56:23
  14. 22.
    Microsoft President Brad Smith (Live at Code 2018)23 June 2018
    38:54
  15. 23.
    Tom Peters, management expert and author of ‘The Excellence Dividend’20 June 2018
    53:26
  16. 24.
    Michael Barbaro, host of the New York Times podcast The Daily (Live)18 June 2018
    1:09:47
  17. 25.
    Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake (Live at Code 2018)16 June 2018
    31:42
  18. 26.
    Linda McMahon, U.S. Small Business Administrator (Live at Code 2018)13 June 2018
    41:45
  19. 27.
    U.S. Senator Mark Warner (Live at Code 2018)11 June 2018
    43:17
  20. 28.
    How tech can fix its diversity problem: The Code 2018 panel9 June 2018
    43:18
  21. 29.
    From Ben Franklin to Google: Jessica Weisberg traces the history of advice in ‘Asking for a Friend’6 June 2018
    50:13
  22. 30.
    Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi (Live at Code 2018)4 June 2018
    39:19
  23. 31.
    Snap CEO Evan Spiegel (Live at Code 2018)2 June 2018
    44:32
  24. 32.
    How to save American jobs in the age of disruption30 May 2018
    1:03:37
  25. 33.
    General Michael Hayden on Donald Trump’s ‘assault on intelligence’28 May 2018
    1:02:50
  26. 34.
    Congressman Ro Khanna: We need an 'internet bill of rights'26 May 2018
    55:15
  27. 35.
    How to succeed in tech: Be lucky and ruthless23 May 2018
    52:04
  28. 36.
    John Carreyrou on lies and 'Bad Blood' at Theranos21 May 2018
    1:06:24
  29. 37.
    Recode Media: Robin Williams biographer Dave Itzkoff19 May 2018
    50:01
  30. 38.
    Michael Pollan: LSD and other psychedelics inspired some of Silicon Valley’s greatest inventions16 May 2018
    1:03:23
  31. 39.
    John Doerr: How to run your company like Bill Gates or Bono14 May 2018
    59:55
  32. 40.
    How 'Microtrends' affect everything, from marriage to Trump12 May 2018
    1:05:47
  33. 41.
    Tech execs are ‘weenies,’ Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario says9 May 2018
    48:45
  34. 42.
    Why 'Lean In: The Movie' didn't happen (Nell Scovell, author, 'Just the Funny Parts')7 May 2018
    1:07:26
  35. 43.
    José Andrés on feeding Puerto Rico and the 'power of food' (Live)5 May 2018
    1:00:08
  36. 44.
    Ronan Farrow on ‘War on Peace,’ Harvey Weinstein and winning a Pulitzer2 May 2018
    1:13:34
  37. 45.
    Sally Kohn on 'The Opposite of Hate,' Fox News and Joy Reid30 April 2018
    1:19:44
  38. 46.
    New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo explains the 'Frightful Five'28 April 2018
    1:06:50
  39. 47.
    Silicon Valley’s first disruptors (John Hennessy and Dave Patterson, winners, 2017 Turing Award)25 April 2018
    53:53
  40. 48.
    The dark side of dating apps (Joanna Coles, author, 'Love Rules')23 April 2018
    1:07:22
  41. 49.
    The ‘invisible startups’ of LA Tech (Mark Suster, managing partner, Upfront Ventures)18 April 2018
    1:09:32
  42. 50.
    BlackBerry CEO John Chen wants somebody to make a new BlackBerry16 April 2018
    53:09
  43. 51.
    Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman: Silicon Valley has 'lost its purpose'11 April 2018
    54:52
  44. 52.
    Hillary Clinton advisor and "Dear Madam President" author Jennifer Palmieri 9 April 2018
    1:10:49
  45. 53.
    Apple CEO Tim Cook: The uncut 'Revolution' interview7 April 2018
    1:16:55
  46. 54.
    Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki (Live)4 April 2018
    50:32
  47. 55.
    Former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett: Trump won. What now?2 April 2018
    1:09:25
  48. 56.
    Maria Shriver and Christina Schwarzenegger discuss 'Take Your Pills'31 March 2018
    49:53
  49. 57.
    Flying cars are the future of military transportation28 March 2018
    54:13
  50. 58.
    What men and women need to know about working together26 March 2018
    1:05:34
  51. 59.
    Therapist Esther Perel: Tinder and Instagram are 'crippling' our relationships21 March 2018
    56:02
  52. 60.
    Anthony 'The Mooch' Scaramucci: Trump has secret admirers in Silicon Valley19 March 2018
    1:29:42
  53. 61.
    CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on sex, #MeToo and North Korea (Live from SXSW)17 March 2018
    59:29
  54. 62.
    Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes: Why guaranteed income makes sense14 March 2018
    1:02:39
  55. 63.
    Sen. Chuck Schumer on Amazon, net neutrality and the 2018 midterms12 March 2018
    44:37
  56. 64.
    Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg on techlash and #MeToo (Live)7 March 2018
    34:10
  57. 65.
    Is 'Uber meets Harvard' the future of learning?5 March 2018
    49:25
  58. 66.
    Why Katie Couric left Yahoo28 February 2018
    1:17:51
  59. 67.
    Can an alt-weekly newspaper survive in 2018?26 February 2018
    51:39
  60. 68.
    What’s missing from the startup ecosystem? (Jennifer Fonstad, co-founder, Aspect Ventures)21 February 2018
    54:36
  61. 69.
    Why cryptocurrencies matter (Sarah Tavel, partner, Benchmark)19 February 2018
    1:11:32
  62. 70.
    HuffPost editor in chief Lydia Polgreen (Live at Code Media 2018)17 February 2018
    41:18
  63. 71.
    YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki (Live at Code Media 2018)14 February 2018
    42:57
  64. 72.
    How VR can change your brain (Jeremy Bailenson, author, 'Experience on Demand')12 February 2018
    49:22
  65. 73.
    What Abraham Lincoln and Rachel Carson can teach us about leadership7 February 2018
    1:01:58
  66. 74.
    How to fix Silicon Valley's 'Brotopia'5 February 2018
    1:06:00
  67. 75.
    Tech is now a weapon for propaganda (Dipayan Ghosh and Ben Scott, co-authors, ‘Digital Deceit’)31 January 2018
    1:01:31
  68. 76.
    Social media can't surprise us anymore (Chuck Todd, moderator, 'Meet the Press')29 January 2018
    1:09:19
  69. 77.
    What's funny about Trump? (Alexandra Petri, columnist, the Washington Post)24 January 2018
    52:38
  70. 78.
    How to fix the problems caused by tech (Andrew Keen, author, 'How to Fix the Future')22 January 2018
    1:03:56
  71. 79.
    Where’s the money in online comedy? (Gregg Spiridellis, CEO, JibJab)17 January 2018
    1:02:43
  72. 80.
    Sex, the internet and the 1990s (David Friend, author, ‘The Naughty Nineties’)15 January 2018
    1:01:03
  73. 81.
    I quit Google to be a comedian (Sarah Cooper, author, "100 Tricks To Appear Smart in Meetings”)10 January 2018
    1:08:43
  74. 82.
    How to fix your company's culture (Patty McCord, author, "Powerful")8 January 2018
    1:07:56
  75. 83.
    Silicon Valley can't take a joke (Dick Costolo, CEO, Chorus)3 January 2018
    1:04:39
  76. 84.
    Kara Swisher visits the Longform Podcast (Live)1 January 2018
    56:58
  77. 85.
    Why Grindr started a magazine (Zach Stafford and Trish Bendix, editors, Into)27 December 2017
    1:04:48
  78. 86.
    Uber's Tony West and Eric Holder on exposing wrongdoing (Live)25 December 2017
    33:24
  79. 87.
    Sports columnist Christine Brennan previews her 18th consecutive Olympics23 December 2017
    1:07:14
  80. 88.
    Bitcoin is just getting started (Megan Quinn, general partner, Spark Capital)20 December 2017
    1:25:03
  81. 89.
    Silicon Valley is threatening democracy (Noam Cohen, author, 'The Know-It-Alls')18 December 2017
    49:58
  82. 90.
    The future of the audio industry (Andrew Mason, CEO, Descript)13 December 2017
    1:05:25
  83. 91.
    Kara Swisher visits Pod Save America (Live)11 December 2017
    19:31
  84. 92.
    Elon Musk was once like you (Daniel Gross, partner, Y Combinator)6 December 2017
    1:07:53
  85. 93.
    The amazing stories of Silicon Valley's 'Troublemakers' (Leslie Berlin, historian, Stanford University)4 December 2017
    59:45
  86. 94.
    Margrethe Vestager: 'This is the biggest wake-up call we've ever had'29 November 2017
    18:17
  87. 95.
    How Reid Hoffman would fix social media (Live)27 November 2017
    42:40
  88. 96.
    Greta Van Susteren is not giving up on social media22 November 2017
    59:04
  89. 97.
    Why magazine mogul Tina Brown is 'angry and upset' at Google and Facebook20 November 2017
    1:13:43
  90. 98.
    How tech is changing state politics (Stacey Abrams, candidate for governor, Georgia)15 November 2017
    1:04:18
  91. 99.
    How to fight extremism online (Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO, Anti-Defamation League)13 November 2017
    1:03:49
  92. 100.
    Journalists covering Trump need to ‘tone it down’ (Katy Tur, author, ‘Unbelievable.’)8 November 2017
    1:03:19
  93. 101.
    A 'magical formula' for better decision-making (Ray Dalio, author, 'Principles: Life and Work')6 November 2017
    1:06:41
  94. 102.
    Silicon Valley's D.C. showdown, explained (Luther Lowe, Yelp; Beth Wilkinson, Wilkinson Walsh Eskovitz)1 November 2017
    1:09:28
  95. 103.
    Why I'm not afraid of Amazon (David Rosenblatt, CEO, 1stdibs)30 October 2017
    55:58
  96. 104.
    Can Silicon Valley get its mojo back? (Live)25 October 2017
    38:55
  97. 105.
    What Leonardo da Vinci can teach us about tech (Walter Isaacson, author, 'Leonardo da Vinci')23 October 2017
    1:11:11
  98. 106.
    Tech elites are heading for a 'big backlash' (Tim O'Reilly, author, 'WTF?')18 October 2017
    48:05
  99. 107.
    Why the 'Google memo' author had to be fired (Susan Wojcicki, CEO, YouTube)16 October 2017
    1:04:03
  100. 108.
    Broadcast TV is not dead (Ilene Chaiken, showrunner, ‘Empire’)11 October 2017
    1:07:32
  101. 109.
    Why Shonda Rhimes left ABC for Netflix (Live)9 October 2017
    43:04
  102. 110.
    Jared Leto on playing a tech trillionaire in 'Blade Runner 2049'7 October 2017
    31:20
  103. 111.
    “Free speech” is cheap (Ellen Pao, author, “Reset”)2 October 2017
    1:07:57
  104. 112.
    God, the Washington Post and the meaning of life (Sally Quinn, author, "Finding Magic")27 September 2017
    1:05:33
  105. 113.
    Donald Trump, explained (Maggie Haberman, New York Times, and David Fahrenthold, Washington Post)25 September 2017
    1:07:21
  106. 114.
    Why one investor is 'cringing' at tech IPOs (Maha Ibrahim, general partner, Canaan)18 September 2017
    1:03:16
  107. 115.
    What Amazon should buy next (Scott Galloway, author, “The Four”)11 September 2017
    1:09:09
  108. 116.
    The race for self-driving cars is on (Chris Urmson, CEO, Aurora)4 September 2017
    1:05:08
  109. 117.
    Venture capital is headed for a ‘huge, rude awakening' (Chamath Palihapitiya, CEO, Social Capital)28 August 2017
    1:16:18
  110. 118.
    The future of tech jobs in coal country21 August 2017
    1:06:43
  111. 119.
    Lyft will always have human drivers (Taggart Matthiesen, director of product, Lyft)14 August 2017
    59:43
  112. 120.
    You don't have to lead like Steve Jobs (Chris Kuenne and John Danner, authors, 'Built for Growth')7 August 2017
    55:30
  113. 121.
    What tech gets wrong about harassment (Erica Baker, director of engineering, Kickstarter; Sarah Kunst, CEO, ProDay)31 July 2017
    1:15:00
  114. 122.
    How Uber is trying to fix itself (Frances Frei, SVP of leadership and strategy, Uber)26 July 2017
    1:30:20
  115. 123.
    Government should fight tech’s ‘corporate villainy’ (Cory Booker, U.S. Senator)24 July 2017
    1:08:41
  116. 124.
    How humans and AI can work together (Tolga Kurtoglu, CEO, PARC)17 July 2017
    49:50
  117. 125.
    What Russians really think of America (Lisa Dickey, author, 'Bears in the Streets')10 July 2017
    57:41
  118. 126.
    Silicon Valley should think like Spider-Man (Reid Hoffman, partner, Greylock)3 July 2017
    1:11:18
  119. 127.
    Uber can change (Adam Lashinsky, author, 'Wild Ride')26 June 2017
    1:13:08
  120. 128.
    BONUS: Cecile Richards, president, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (Code Conference 2017)25 June 2017
    33:58
  121. 129.
    How to shift a big tech company to the cloud (Mark Hurd, co-CEO, Oracle)19 June 2017
    57:26
  122. 130.
    BONUS: Jill Soloway, creator, 'Transparent' (Code Conference 2017)17 June 2017
    31:14
  123. 131.
    Google is God, Facebook is love and Amazon will be worth $1 trillion (Scott Galloway, founder, L2)12 June 2017
    58:23
  124. 132.
    BONUS Hillary Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State (Code Conference 2017)10 June 2017
    1:17:28
  125. 133.
    Did Instagram copy Snapchat? (Kevin Systrom, CEO, Instagram)5 June 2017
    1:09:36
  126. 134.
    Why cute robots are important for the entire tech industry (Boris Sofman, CEO, Anki)29 May 2017
    59:55
  127. 135.
    Can Facebook help you talk to businesses? (David Marcus, VP of Messaging, Facebook)22 May 2017
    55:07
  128. 136.
    America's immigration policies are hurting startups (Patrick Collison, CEO, Stripe)15 May 2017
    1:06:21
  129. 137.
    Behind the scenes of 'The Handmaid's Tale'10 May 2017
    59:16
  130. 138.
    Sheryl Sandberg on setbacks, grief and 'Option B'8 May 2017
    1:03:05
  131. 139.
    FCC Chairman Ajit Pai: We need a 'lighter touch' to internet regulation4 May 2017
    34:16
  132. 140.
    How 'Dear Evan Hansen' brought social media to Broadway1 May 2017
    1:07:11
  133. 141.
    How 'Silicon Valley' stays current (Mike Judge, Thomas Middleditch, Kumail Nanijani and more)26 April 2017
    49:48
  134. 142.
    'Silicon Valley’ is more than ‘d*ck jokes’ (Matt Ross, actor/director)24 April 2017
    1:05:43
  135. 143.
    How tech can reshape American politics (Steve Hilton, CEO, Crowdpac)19 April 2017
    1:05:59
  136. 144.
    Rep. Ro Khanna: Silicon Valley should give back to all Americans17 April 2017
    1:11:23
  137. 145.
    Diversity isn't an 'add-on' (Laura Weidman Powers, CEO, Code2040)12 April 2017
    47:47
  138. 146.
    Why CEOs need to stand up to Trump (Bijan Sabet, general partner, Spark Capital)10 April 2017
    55:14
  139. 147.
    Nextdoor CEO Nirav Tolia talks about adversity and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick5 April 2017
    1:01:48
  140. 148.
    Don’t have anything nice to say? Say it! (Kim Malone Scott, author, ‘Radical Candor’)3 April 2017
    1:17:31
  141. 149.
    What tech can do about homelessness (Daniel Lurie, CEO, Tipping Point Community) 27 March 2017
    54:34
  142. 150.
    How HBO's 'Veep' is reacting to Trump (Live at SXSW)20 March 2017
    1:10:50
  143. 151.
    Crooked Media founders: We're podcasting the Trump resistance (Live at SXSW)15 March 2017
    1:06:45
  144. 152.
    Who's buying whom in media and tech (Quincy Smith, partner, Code Advisors)13 March 2017
    54:54
  145. 153.
    How to beat Amazon (Ron Johnson, CEO, Enjoy)6 March 2017
    1:07:38
  146. 154.
    The internet must be preserved (Brewster Kahle, chairman, The Internet Archive)1 March 2017
    53:52
  147. 155.
    How to make social media sane again (Sue Decker, Raftr founder, and Michael Dearing, investor)27 February 2017
    44:49
  148. 156.
    Silicon Valley is 'an isolated bubble' (Jeremy Liew, partner, Lightspeed Venture Partners)22 February 2017
    54:50
  149. 157.
    Uber's looming 'existential crisis' (Brad Stone, author, 'The Upstarts’)20 February 2017
    1:14:48
  150. 158.
    Countries that fear immigrants are killing innovation (Rolf Schrömgens, co-founder, Trivago)15 February 2017
    46:51
  151. 159.
    Facebook's News Feed is like junk food (Mike McCue, CEO, Flipboard)13 February 2017
    1:00:05
  152. 160.
    BONUS: 'Fun Home' author Alison Bechdel thought a fan was her Uber8 February 2017
    32:40
  153. 161.
    We need robots to take our jobs (John Markoff, ex-reporter, The New York Times)6 February 2017
    58:10
  154. 162.
    How you get addicted to apps (Tristan Harris, founder, Time Well Spent)30 January 2017
    1:07:42
  155. 163.
    Social media makes us miserable (Tim Ferriss, author, "Tools of Titans")23 January 2017
    1:08:24
  156. 164.
    Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx: The exit interview16 January 2017
    1:06:52
  157. 165.
    You don't need to own all your clothes (Jennifer Hyman, CEO, Rent the Runway)9 January 2017
    53:41
  158. 166.
    Doctors should think like mechanics (Othman Laraki, CEO, Color)2 January 2017
    42:12
  159. 167.
    Can social media bring us together again after ripping us apart? (Orkut Büyükkökten, Founder, Hello)27 December 2016
    38:47
  160. 168.
    Tom Friedman: The internet is an 'open sewer’19 December 2016
    55:33
  161. 169.
    Reddit CEO Steve Huffman: A 'toxic minority' ruins social media for everyone12 December 2016
    52:09
  162. 170.
    Wearables can save your life (Vic Gundotra, CEO, AliveCor)5 December 2016
    1:02:30
  163. 171.
    What Trump means for tech (Hilary Rosen and Juleanna Glover, political consultants)28 November 2016
    51:08
  164. 172.
    Satirizing Silicon Valley: 'I wanted to hit a nerve,' says Sunil Rajaraman21 November 2016
    35:34
  165. 173.
    How Kayak co-founder Paul English got hit by a ‘truck full of money’14 November 2016
    49:26
  166. 174.
    U.S. Chief Data Scientist DJ Patil: Data can help everyone7 November 2016
    1:02:08
  167. 175.
    How does tech fix its diversity problem?2 November 2016
    44:23
  168. 176.
    Foursquare wants to make 'Her' a reality (Dennis Crowley and Jeff Glueck, co-founder and CEO, Foursquare)31 October 2016
    49:37
  169. 177.
    How Time Warner ruined AOL (Ted Leonsis, Founder, Revolution Growth)26 October 2016
    1:01:42
  170. 178.
    'Mr. Robot' creator Sam Esmail: Hackers are more interesting than hacking24 October 2016
    49:32
  171. 179.
    Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker: How to stop AI from stealing jobs19 October 2016
    37:51
  172. 180.
    Why Ashton Kutcher didn't invest in Snapchat17 October 2016
    59:31
  173. 181.
    'Iron Man' director Jon Favreau on pushing virtual reality to the limit12 October 2016
    49:42
  174. 182.
    'The Late Late Show' host James Corden hates 'the cloud' 10 October 2016
    1:01:50
  175. 183.
    Stop saying "good guy" in the boardroom (Aileen Lee, managing partner, Cowboy Ventures)3 October 2016
    51:05
  176. 184.
    How Uber fought city hall — and won (Bradley Tusk, CEO, Tusk Holdings)26 September 2016
    55:12
  177. 185.
    Google and Apple need limits (Margrethe Vestager, Commissioner for Competition, European Commission)20 September 2016
    42:06
  178. 186.
    Behind the scenes of Pokémon Go (John Hanke, CEO, Niantic)19 September 2016
    55:43
  179. 187.
    Benchmark partner Bill Gurley: Too much money is my biggest problem12 September 2016
    58:11
  180. 188.
    Why everyone should talk about diversity (Stacy Brown-Philpot, CEO, TaskRabbit)6 September 2016
    56:06
  181. 189.
    Quip CEO Bret Taylor: Companies die when they're afraid to fail29 August 2016
    56:20
  182. 190.
    Disrupting health and beauty (Tristan Walker, CEO, Walker & Company)22 August 2016
    52:06
  183. 191.
    Tech in Australia: Building "pathways to Silicon Valley" (Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-CEO, Atlassian)15 August 2016
    38:16
  184. 192.
    Wall Street is ignoring women (Sallie Krawcheck, CEO, Ellevest)8 August 2016
    41:48
  185. 193.
    Why did Yahoo sell to Verizon? (Eric Jackson, activist investor, Yahoo)1 August 2016
    38:41
  186. 194.
    "Chaos Monkeys" author Antonio García-Martinez: Silicon Valley isn’t a nice place25 July 2016
    41:47
  187. 195.
    The future of home exercise (Peloton CTO Yony Feng)18 July 2016
    34:02
  188. 196.
    "Hamilton" producer Jeffrey Seller: Tech can't beat live theater11 July 2016
    50:21
  189. 197.
    Behind the scenes of the Rio 2016 Olympics (Gary Zenkel, President, NBC Olympics)4 July 2016
    46:52
  190. 198.
    Let's reverse-engineer the brain (Donna Dubinsky and Jeff Hawkins, co-founders, Numenta)27 June 2016
    43:32
  191. 199.
    The college lecture may go extinct (Daphne Koller, president, Coursera)20 June 2016
    39:33
  192. 200.
    Chelsea Handler is done with old-school TV13 June 2016
    42:57

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